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  1. #1 The point of indivisibility between space and substance 
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    I am persuaded by logic that when the LORD created the universe, He seperated nothing and substance by one simple function: motion. This is part of my own theory of quantum mass which is partly useful as a theory of everything, but what can I say? If we can cause energy (without the property giving it mass as in string theory) to convert into matter, causing a warp in space (as Einstein and I both agree), then by observing this space around the object, my theory may be just as good as fact. Until then, let's call it just quantum mass Theory.


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    Quote Originally Posted by the old man
    I am persuaded by logic that when the LORD created the universe, He seperated nothing and substance by one simple function: motion.
    Not being a physicist, can you explain to me what we had or what we will have with no motion? It looks as if you're saying God created both nothing & substance and that they either did or will coexist at some point if motion is no more. :?


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    At last, I have come to reply. The theory states that space can be warped. If this is so, then there is a fine line of time between the point of normal and warped space in which the space was moved. This is a theoretical manifestation of moving space. This is still up in the air in relation to what is proven physical law, but in this QMT matter and energy are known as crunched space because of their stretching effect on the space around their moving states of being. Thus, when the space around them is stretched, the gravitational force comes about, pulling objects within the stretched portions closer to the crunched space causing the stretch in an accelerating pattern, for if the velocity did not increase, the objects would slow down in time (as space and time are entangled). This theoretical concept is such that time must remain constant in matters of natural movement through space, thus gravitational acceleration takes care of the time problem.
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